Post # 1
A little confused as to if other brides are getting a photoshopped look to all their pictures. My photographer had mentioned that photoshop is available (if needed); but all the images are edited.. I’m trying to get my head wrapped as to what that means?
Post # 3
Ask. It may mean different things to different people so it’s best to have your photog clarify!
Post # 4
I’m not quite sure what that means…
I have a number of guesses but it would probably be best to just ask and clarify with your photographer.
Post # 5
So, for my pictures I was able to tell him which photos I wanted photoshopped. For example, there were 3 shooters and they got in the background of some of each other’s pictures, so they were photoshopped out. Also, I got a nervous rash during the ceremony so I asked them to even out the skin tone on my chest for some of the pictures. Most of the photos were just edited (I.e. Different lighting schemes).
Post # 6
@jennm7263: Definitely talk to you photographer! Usually they will go in and do basic editing (evening color out, maybe lightening some shadows, ect) but photoshop takes a lot longer and it fixes smaller details (making acne dissapear, taking things out of a photograph or doing something that alters the picture..i’ve seen a picture where the photographer photoshopped the background completely or erased all the people in the photo so it was only bride and groom and no background “noise” in photograph. Some photographers I spoke with were willing to do photoshop on so many pictures without charging, and then charged. So it will definitely be good to get some clarification since it can mean a wide variety of things!
Post # 7
I would assume “editied” means he’s cropping, adjusting the color balance, contrast, etc to make the photo pleasing to the eye. But photoshop can be used for more extensive things like removing a person from the frame, cloning out acne, a chubby looking arm, etc. Generally photogs don’t do that extensive type of editing on every photo.